Screen is unresponsive to touch in a horizontal stripMy iPhone 4s has developed a dead spot that is unresponsive to touch input. The strip is about 1/4" in height and extends com...
Does the iMac Intel 17" front bezel include a glass panel?My iMac Intel 17" suffered a blow to the display area, which cracked a glass panel over the display. It still functions, but ...
Answer to: iPod speech constantly interrupts by telling what I'm listening toMy guess is that this might actually be a earphone cable problem. If the earphone cable is damaged in such a way that it appears to the iPod Nano that you are pressing the control button at random times, then I think that you will get this kind of behavior. I would try switching to a different set of earphones and see if it fixes the problem.
Answer to: My screen is unresponsive to touchI don't think that it is possible to know whether it is fixable or destroyed without opening it up, though I lean toward destroyed. If you open it up you could remove the shield and try re-seating the connectors on the cables that go to the display/digitizer. That's the cheap fix, if it works. If re-seating the connectors doesn't work, then you either have a problem on the logic board, or the display/digitizer assembly. You could buy a display/digitizer assembly, and try that first; it's cheaper than the logic board. However, you might end up where it really is the logic board, and then you're out money for a display you didn't need, plus the cost of a logic board ($$$). This is one of those situations where you would probably be money ahead to just take it in to Apple for a flat-fee replacement.